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next will be three yeares and her lading was Oates peice goods and
Eastland goods which were laden att Hamburgh whence her voyage begann and saith a good part of
the sayd lading but to what value he knoweth not were for the Accompt
of the Scotherings interrate. And otherwise cannot depose

To the 17. 18. amd 19th he saith he knoweth nothing thereof




The same day [CENTRE HEADING]

Examined upon the sayd allegation.


Joachim Schouldt of Hamburgh Mariner aged
twenty yeares or thereabouts a witnesse sworne and
examined deposeth and saith as followeth.

To the first article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that
in the monethes of March Aprill May June July and August 1653
last past and before and since the arlate Lewis du Boyes, Adrian
Yonker. Gerdt Boremaster, Guis Boremaster, Christian Holst
Martin Holst and Company all Inhabitants of Hamburgh were and
are lawfull Owners and Proprietors of the sayd shipp the Neptune
whereof Martin Holst aforesayd is master and of her tackle and
furniture, and so accounted which he knoweth being an Inhabitant
of Hamburgh and one of the Mariners of the sayd shipps Company
and otherwise cannot depose.

To the second third fourth and fifth articles of the sayd allegation This deponent
saith and deposeth that in the yeare and monethes aforesaid the arlate
John and George Scothering Adrian Yonker and others merchants and
Inhabitants of Hamburgh were and are the Owners of the merchants
goods and lading aboard the sayd shipp being oyle almonds, Annis seeds
Galls sope and other goods, and so accounted the premisses he knoweth
for that he saw the arlate Joachim Lorenz and David Zollicoffer and
Thomas Van Dabbar the producents ffactors att Marselles about the
moneth of Aprill last past there lade and putt abpard the sayd shipp
the oyle almonds and goods aforesayd for the Accompt and Risko
of the sayd Hamburgh merchants to be in the sayd shipp transported
to Hamburgh whither the sayd shipp was bound and there to be
delivered to the sayd Hamburgh merchants for their owne Accompt
And the sayd ffactors did expressely declare in the presence and hearing
of this deponent that the sayd goods were for the Accompt aforesayd
And otherwise cannot depose, saving that by common repute the sayd
ffactors are all Bachelors resing att Marsellis in the quality of gactors
and Merchant strangers, and that the sayd Zollicoffers are Switzers
and the sayd Van Dobbar = or Bevar if of ffrankfurt in Germany